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Francisco Martín Moreno

Mexican writer

1946   -  

country of citizenship: Mexico
language of expression: Spanish
occupation: writer

Francisco Martín Moreno (born 4 April 1946) is a Mexican writer, best seller novelist, journalist and public speaker. He studied at the German School Alexander von Humboldt, received a BS in law and obtained a PhD from the Mexican Academy of Law. As a writer has published over 2,000 columns in various newspapers and magazines. He has worked for the newspapers Novedades, Excélsior, El País and magazines like Milenio and Cambio. In different interviews in several media, he identifies as an investigator, but not as an historian, he considers himself liberal and laic. The writer has become specialised in Mexican Historical Novel, focusing in political, social and religious topics, often merging fictional episodes within his books. Some of his recognitions include: The Spanish Golden Laurel for the Literary Excellence which he won with his publication "The scars of the wind;" the National Journalism Price in 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997 and 1998 in Mexico. The article "Brother: I need to kill you" was published fifteen days before the murder of the presidential candidate, Luis Donaldo Colosio.
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